During the interview, "The Goddess of WWE" questioned which brand the WWE Women's Tag-Team Champions The Kabuki Warriors will end up on, and if she and Cross will be forced to venture over to the scene on WWE Friday Night SmackDown On FOX to reclaim the titles if Asuka and Kairi Sane get drafted to the blue brand during night two of the 2019 WWE Draft.
Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch in a non-title match with them fighting to earn the next WWE Draft pick for their brand.
"I'm really happy to be on Monday Night RAW still, and more importantly, I'm glad that Nikki and I are still on the same brand", said Bliss regarding she and Cross both being drafted to the red brand this week.More news: EU, Britain to intensify talks on a Brexit deal
30 Superstars will be eligible to be drafted tomorrow night while 41 Superstars will be eligible on Monday Night.
When WWE revealed the official rules for the WWE Draft, they also announced WWE Draft Pools which split the roster in two with certain superstars only eligible on one of the two draft days. The draft will continue on the October 14 edition of Monday Night Raw taking place at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.
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Wrestling Observer Radio's Dave Meltzer also shed some light on what to expect, including how the whole thing will be created to resemble a real sports draft. It's going to be people actually picking like a football draft.
Additionally, there are no plans right now for either brand to have general managers or other authority figures, as WWE doesn't want those for the time being.
On SmackDown, we will see fellow Shield brothers Seth and Roman Reigns battle it out for their respective brands to determine which show out of SmackDown or RAW will have the last laugh by being able to have the first pick of the draft.More news: Samsung Could Be Launching Galaxy S11 Lite